Orthopedics is the category of medicine dealing with the functioning and ailments of the musculoskeletal system, namely the bones, joints, muscles, and the accompanying connective tissues of the ligaments, tendons, and cartilage. A plethora of orthopedic disorders occur in people of all age groups, such as low back pain, scoliosis, spondylitis, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, pelvic and hip fractures, and muscle strains from sports injuries.

Medway Hospital is reputed for its spectacular Orthopedics Department, consisting of a team of skilled orthopedic surgeons who provide astute diagnosis and prompt treatment for numerous bone, muscle, and joint problems. The unit competently handles emergency accidents and trauma cases by employing sophisticated current diagnostic tools and assistive medical technology. Moreover, Medway Hospitals takes immense pride in the numerous complex protocols of corrective surgery for congenital deformities in children, total knee/hip replacement, implant procedures, and remedial methods to address challenging spinal cord injuries and fractures that the group of proficient medical practitioners perform with a high rate of success.

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  • Treatments for Shoulder Pain Analgesics. Prescription or over-the-counter medications, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), can help minimize pain.
  • Heat and cold therapy.
  • Activity change
  • Surgery.
Recovery time
You can forestall sporting the sling after some days; however, it takes approximately 12 to sixteen weeks to get over a dislocated shoulder. You'll typically be capable of resuming maximum sports within 2 weeks however need to keep away from heavy lifting and sports activities related to shoulder moves for between 6 weeks and three months.
  • Cracking, or popping sounds (crepitus).
  • Difficulty walking.
  • Joint pains that change (better or worse) depending on the weather.
  • Joint stiffness.
  • Buckling of the knee.
  • Slowly progressing or sudden pain in the knee joints.

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